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    October 2, 2012
    6:30 - 7:00am EDT  

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95 downtown, 395 no delays through the fort mc henry tunnel. 695, a disabled car at baltimore annapolis. no delays on the outer looping c packville up to towson, traffic starting to pick up on the west side, though, that's right going to be on the outer loop, 795, taking you st minutes. two killings in less than two months at a parkville bar a neighbor is going to try to get the place shutdown. the opener had to make a plea to keep his license. following a fatal shooting in
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july and fatal stabbing. the business was fine 2-d thousand dollars, barns upgraded security. another violent act and the license could be suspended or taken away. police say a 6 year old east port elementary had more than just pencils and books in her backpack. they say she had possibility in the bag. a -- pot in the bag. a teacher made the discovery. the school contacted police and tracked down who they believe maybe the source. >> the officers went to talk to the mother. she had two open warrants for her arrest and arrested that day for that and then the investigation in to the marijuana is on going. >> police say it was about a gram of pot and officials don't
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believe the first grader had any idea it was in the backpack. >> rapes will take the field at several -- ravens will take the field at several local schools. sherrie johnson is live at sykesville with more to explain how they are working to encourage kids to get up, out and play. >> that's right. we are here atlinton springs in sykesville. very exciting day for the kids. they will have an assembly at 9:30 and ravens stop by the school and visit them. this is a part of the play 60 challenge. this morning, i'm joined by physical education teachers and health teachers. we have donny white, jennifer la point. they are joining us this morning. we really appreciate it. tell us a little bit about what happens today. you have players visiting, lots of things going on. >> an assembly planned at 9:30, to celebrate the kickoff of project aces, which started yesterday and the support from the ravens and the play 60
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program. we are excited, torey smith is coming and the kids will be surprised. >> ex-lents. donny, tell me about the problems with childhood obesity and why the program is important. >> we know childhood obesity leads to heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and it's important because we want to be an advocate for a healthy, active lifestyle. >> reporter: what do you want students to take away from the event. >> we want them to exercise and understand the importance of it and get their family out and moving. >> reporter: all right. tell me, on december 2nd, the ravens steelers, game -- >> if they dog and complete it, they will have a chance to be chosen for one boy and girl to go to the ravens- steelers game. >> reporter: also bridget, tell me about the log. how do you keep track of them moving and being active. >> the children received a log, they are stapled in to the
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folder so they can keep track of it everyday. they are writing down whatever exercise they are doing, they can include pe, their sports they do at home, playing outside, anything that gets them up and moving and encourage staff members to fill out logs as well as family members and friends of the kids. >> reporter: i understand, there is prizes involved, yoga mats, water bottles. >> our pta is wonderful. they give us a large donation of money to buy prizes for the kids that complete their logs. we have a lot of parents that donate. we have a great support system from teachers and parents and pta. we are lucky. >> reporter: thank you so much. what a great program. thank you for talking to us about it this morning. the assembly starts at 9:30. the kids will be surprised. also dundalk, getting in on it. also having ravens stop by there to kick off the program. the whole thing is a fitness
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challenge. get kids off the couch, up and moving, end childhood obesity. sherrie johnson, abc2 news. you need to check your bags before boarding your flight. what airlines is saying pay up.
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american airlines says it's inspecting passenger seats on 8 boeing 757 jets, comes after passenger seats came loose mid flight on two american airlines planes in three days. both had undergone maintenance work that required seats to be removed and reinstalled. if you fly spirit you need to pay more money,mly when it comes to your baggage. november 6th, the carrier will charge $100 fee if passengers need to check bag as at the gate. the move is intensional and the price is high on purpose to discourage fliers to wait. spirit charges for bags but those that don't fit beneath the seat. fliers can pay $20 per bag. two entertainment moguls are coming together.
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oprah win winfrey signed a deal with tie leperry. he has two series that will premier next year. you have two months remaining for the holiday shopping. experts projecting how sales are going to turnout. we will broipg you estimate and how much more or less retailers are look for you to spend. speaking of shopping, one store is looking to do the holiday hiring, we will tell you who needs the help. you will need the umbrella  today but not necessarily the coat. i will tell you when you can put the umbrella away and pull out a heavier coat coming up. dealing with heavy delays here on 695, liberty. a crash near the airport. i will have the details coming up on good morning maryland.
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david smallwood: maryland money needs to stay in maryland. it's just that simple, i mean, it's a no brainer. anncr: every year marylanders spend five hundred and fifty... million at casinos in west virginia, delaware... and pennsylvania. one west virginia paper calls it a "cash cow" r them. but its cost maryland over one billion dollars. money that could have created good jobs and... better schools for us. question seven keeps maryland money in maryland. david smallwood: question seven, i think it will be a... good thing for the state of maryland. um, hello.
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these ugly stains are ruining my good looks and style. and good luck using that cleaner. excuse me, miss ? he's right. those are tough hard water stains, and that cleaner's not gonna cut it. truth is, 85% of us have hard water and many don't even know it. you need lime-a-way. lime-a-way is specially formulated to conquer hard water stains. it's 4 times more effective at removing lime scale than the leading bathroom cleaner. see the lime-a-way difference or your money back. good morning, i'm charley crowson. it's tuesdays october 2nd. we have a lot to get to. linda so is live, with a firefighter accused of sexually
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abusing two teen boys. first a check of the forecast, a wet one out there. lynette charles is standing by. you are right, charlie, a wet one out there this morning, see the heaviest rain coming down, heading toward baltimore county. we are starting out montgomery county, laytonsville, heavy rains oranges and yellows, demascus, i-270 in the thick of things and dealing with heavier rain, the further toward the east you go, see it around i-70 k randalstown, wood lawn, ellicott, columbia, elk ridge, lighter rain. the further to the south, north and east, towson, light rain, overly, baltimore, sliding towards the north and east, dundalk this morning. as we look at the temperatures, we will be in the 60s, we are going to be nice and mild for this morning. now a check of the time saver traffic with loren cook. good morning. good morning, if you are
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heading to bwi, a crash on 175, aviation boulevard. 95 in the area, no problems to report from 195, all the way up to 695, you will want to expect delays if you are traveling on the beltway, we are dealing with a new accident in overly on the inner loop at bel air. delays at bel air road. this is going to be a shot of warren road. traffic picking up here on the harrisburg expressway as you travel to 695. that jfx nice and clear. you are looking now at the delays . you will want to leave yourself extra time. significantly jammed all the way up towards providence road. firefighters on the wrong side of the law this morning, he is accused of sexually abusing two teen boys and linda so is live at county police headquarters. this is an open and active investigation. >> reporter: yes, police believe there are victims who
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have yet to come forward. detectives want you to look at the picture, if your child has come in contact with this man, talk to them. cotel of owings mills is accused of sexually abusing 2, 14 year old boys in the spring. one of the victims contacted police and said cotel abused him. the victim said he witnessed cotel abuse a friend. the abuse happened between may 1 stand june 1st. cot sl a probationary firefighter and an active volunteer with the landsdown volunteer fire department and suspended from both positions. he is held at the county detention center on 150,000 dollars bond. if you have information on this case, or believe your child may have been a victim, call the crimes against children unit, 410-853-3650.
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an explosion caught on camera. heavy smoke, a huge fire ball at a warehouse in winnipeg. this happened at the speedway international, a seller of auto racing methanol. it kept crews busy for three hours. the fire and fumes forced a number of evacuations and shutdown city streets. no one was hurt in the fire. it's been ten years since the deadly shooting spree that terrorized the dc area, convicted sniper mallvo is speaking out from prison, he says he is sorry for what happened. he says he was under the control of his oler partner in the killings. the spree left ten people dead over the course of a 3-week period. he nearly died when a gunman opened fire this summer. barton was among 50 people hurt during the batman movie. he is the focus of a ad aimed
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at both candidates pushing meme them to come up with a plan to reduce gun violence. >> we are disappointed that governor romney and president obama haven't addressed gun violence in a concrete specific way. basically demanding a plan from pote of them in -- both of them in the demand of a presidential debate in denver. >> it a coalition of more than 700 mayors including baltimore city mayor stephanie rawlings blake and josh cowen. with five weeks to go until the presidential election, both are preparing for the debate in colorado. president barack obama is in henderson, nevada, conducting a strategy run through, republican nominee, mitt romney, is in denver, he attend ad rally last night, previewing a line on the attack. >> we've had 43 straight months with unemployment ove 8%.
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what does the president have to say? he says forward. i think forewarned is a better term. >> according to the latest abc washington post poll, 56% of americans think the president will win the debate. watch the action wednesday night beginning at 9:00 he on abc 2. delegate anthony o'donnell will be in college park. he is running for congress, and will be the guest speaker at the college republican. he is a minority leader and the maryland house of delegates and running in the 5th congressional district. retailers could benefit from shoppers holiday spirit. holiday sales will total more than $586 billion. that's an increase of 4.1 point from last year, report indicates people will use the internet to do the shopping. on line shopping could bring in $96 billion. >> this is as much as 30 or 40%, of their entire year, so
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you have to get it right. this sorts out the winners from the losers. before we start celebrating, the survey does note the possibility of change between now and the end of the holiday season, some of the variables include the outcome of the election and the on going unemployment rate. >> if you are looking for a job or need extra cash for the holiday season, head to macy's, the retailer plans to bring in 80,000 workers. the extraers are needed to staff sale inures and call centers db sales cord nateers and plan to high seasonal workers most retailers preparing for the biggest shopping day of the year, coming up on black friday. toys r us plans to match competitors in store prices. need to have a printed ad with the lower price. the of doesn't include on line deals. items known to be out of stock or available in limited quantities are excluded as
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well. don't worry, you will be able to find bacon for breakfast. the drought means fewer pigs but no shortage yet. the prices on the bacon are expected to go up. here is a way to support cancer
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survives and research from your work desk or smart phone. today is live strong day a chance to support survivors. for each message you support that you send, $1 will be donated to cancer research. rain will be a problem out there. linda so is holding the umbrella. >> rain is coming down now and coming down heavy in a lot of spots this morning. see the satellite and radar socked in with cloud cover and clouds at the ground. that is forming patchy fog across areas, especially north and west of the city this morning. as we look at the heavier pockets, it's pushing in to baltimore, carroll county, and howard county, dealing with heavier rain, take it easy as you head out the door this morning. all this is coming from this system that down the south is working off towards the north. with that, it will keep news the clouds all day long and the rain off and on. we are dealing with temperatures this morning, that are on the mild side, i will
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show you those in a second. outdoors, bel air, things are on the dry side, but the wet weather is moving in your direction. plenty of clouds around this morning, with the temperatures now coming in, in the 60s. we are mild, you don't need the coat, but you need the rain gear. the umbrella. 64 degrees, kent island. mardela 67. 66 gold borrow. 64 galena, churchville 62 degrees. we have winds, they are light, out of the the east at 5-10 miles an hour. this is an on shore flow and on shore flow keeps news the cloud cover as well. that's going to aid us with the cloud and also the showers. today's temperature coming in at 77 degrees, off and on showers, it will be humid as we go through the evening we will have late night fog and the showers will taper off with the temperature coming in at 67 degrees. a check of the seven-day forecast, for you, as we will warm things up and dry things
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out on wednesday, we will have a spotty shower in the forecast, looks beautiful by friday and cooler as we head in to monday. good morning, the rain is really leading to a hectic commute. several accidents k trouble in arundel, there is a crash near bwi, route 170, moved to the southbound shoulder, aviation boulevard. something to watchout for. if you are traveling on 95, no delays heading northbound, 195, towards 695. no problems through the fort mc henry or the harbor tunnel. the main problem spot now is going to be the beltway. here is a live look in packville, harford road. significant back up, there is a crash now on the inner loop, bel air, speeds at 40 miles per hour. on the outer loop, not so fast, really, really going be very slow as you make the drive towards providence road. leave yourself extra time.
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here is a live look at the north west corner of the beltway, outer loop, jammed from old court to route 40. let the video keep going. hold on. go in you office, it might come after me. >> most people would cower, not this woman. when the bear came calling from the side, she came out the back door. she started screaming at that thing. the bay -- the bear couldn't take it. the guy says go back in your office, the bay may attack me -- bear may attack me. >> there are so many things wrong with that. >> i would have run back in the
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office. >> the man filming or taping and the lady screaming. this is all wrong. the bear is on her porch. you don't do that. stay in the house. >> wait a second. yesterday, through the course of the show here, you have come across as the adventurous spirit. >> i don't want to get eaten, though. >> bears are no good. >> you got to stay clear of the bears. >> abc2news.com for all things news, weather and traffic. updates coming up in 25 and 55. the rain is going to be a problem throughout the day and thcommute. it's time to change the way we clean.
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